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NCER Monthly Lunch, October 7th, Marlowe Foster - "The Future of the Food Bank"

When:
Friday, October 07, 2022, 11:30 AM until 1:30 PM
Where:
Prestonwood Country Club
http://prestonwood.com/
300 Prestonwood Pkwy
Cary, NC  27513

(919) 467-2566
Additional Info:
Category:
Monthly Luncheon
Registration is required before Wednesday, October 05, 2022 at 12:00 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
North Carolina Executive Roundtable (NCER) is a diverse, professional community of senior-level executives who are committed to build relationships and assist one another to achieve greater success in their business, professional, and personal pursuits. NCER embraces a philosophy of continual enhancement and evolution so leaders inspire Excellence and do Amazing Things!

*No Refunds
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Please join us for our monthly luncheon on Friday, October 7th at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary, 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM.

Please consider inviting guests who may be a fit for NCER, as we are actively looking for new members.



Our guest speaker is Marlowe FosterSenior Vice President - Development and Business Strategy - Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC 




We’ve known for some time that the Food Bank’s next strategic plan would need to be informed by an in-depth look at what’s next in fighting hunger and building a path to food security.  

Members: $27.00
Guests: $45.00


Topic: "The Future of the Food Bank "

 

COVID-19 shed light on an issue we’ve known was there — so many members of our community are living one health crisis, one missed paycheck, and one grocery store trip away from needing to use the Food Bank network. While we have witnessed and experienced unprecedented need, we have also experienced unprecedented support. The community has developed a greater awareness of food insecurity, of how many families and individuals live so close to the edge in putting food on the table.

Marlowe serves as a key member of the executive management team leading all aspects of fund development, information technology, communications and volunteer engagement. As a member of the executive team, he helps identify and influence connectivity between all Food Bank branches and external constituencies, collaborates with the CEO and Board to create and implement the strategic plan. Today he is also serving in his role as Food Bank spokesperson.

Marlowe has a distinguished career graduating from Virginia Commonwealth, serving as a Commissioner on the North Carolina State Banking Commission, working for BASF in Global Industry Relations and Corporate Government Affairs. Also served as a Community Investment Council Member for the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. He lives in Wilmington with his wife Evelyn, daughter Kristiahn, son Noah and dog Knox. He can be found on Saturday enjoying golf with the guys.